From yesterday's sunset in Kuta beach, Bali.
A million thanks to for all her help.
14 year old Seraphine Lishe recounts her first time experience of climbing the second highest volcano in Indonesia. It took us four days and three night for this expedition. We enjoyed the thrills and some of the most wonderful moments of our life. Exhausted and very very tired, but the beautiful memories, as shown partly in this video, are just simply unforgettable. We are talking about another expedition, feel free to contact us if you either want to join or sponsor us :)
The nonsense reported in my May 23 post actually goes well beyond what I reported, to the point where I've lost patience. (I'm sure I'll eventually blog further on it.) So henceforth I plan to disintermediate Google, instead hosting the No Hesitations blo...
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